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Our Expedia contact number is ideal whether you’re looking to discuss an existing holiday you’ve booked with Expedia, or if you’re planning to book a holiday with them in the future.
Expedia is one of the biggest names in the world of online travel. If you want the very best prices on foreign holidays then there’s no need to pop down to your local travel agent, you can arrange the whole trip via the Expedia website instead! On Expedia you simply enter the date you’d like to travel, along with where you’d like to go. You’ll then be presented with a list of available hotels – once you’ve selected the hotel that you’d like to stay in, you can choose the flights that best fit your requirements. Upon entering the checkout process on Expedia you’ll have to option to buy add-ons such as sight-seeing tickets for the place you’re visiting, as well as travel insurance and car hire.
Expedia makes the business of booking a holiday a whole lot easier than it was before. You can tailor your holiday to your exact requirements via the Expedia website in just a matter of minutes! Booking holidays via Expedia allows you greater flexibility than when booking a rigid package holiday from most high street travel companies.Telephone Customer Service offer this number as a signposting service only which will contact you to .com but with whom we are in no way affiliated to. An alternative number can be found at said website. See Terms and Conditions
The Expedia website is the best place to book your holiday, if you’d prefer to book it over the telephone however the Expedia contact number we’ve got for you is the one to call. So call Expedia’s customer service team now in order to book your holiday or resolve any queries you have.
From Expedia GroupEmployee(Current Employee)‐ Rating 1 out of 5 — Fri, 15 Mar 2019
Some groups are good with decent work life balance. Commute is shorter as it's in Bellevue.
GCO group has awful leadership. Work life balance is horrible.
From Expedia Group Senior Director(Current Employee)‐ Rating 3 out of 5 — Fri, 15 Mar 2019
Benefits improve from year to year. They're pretty awesome, like 3 months paternity leave. Work life balance varies by organization but generally supportive of giving and taking as needed. Culture varies drastically from team to team, so pick carefully. B2B is super favorable right now with growth and lots of leadership support.
For the past 1.5 years company has been "tightening" belt and making tough calls in many organizations. Hard to keep morale up in this situation. We're missing the big top-line growth days. Some organizations have little cliques of like-minded leaders. Diversity of thought isn't as readily accepted as you might think. Poor leadership at the higher levels is not being addressed quickly enough. Although attrition rates may be at or below industry norms, they seem to be increasing YoY at least in some organizations. Feels like a bit of a downward slope of late.
From Expedia Group Applications Engineer II(Current Employee)‐ Rating 4 out of 5 — Wed, 13 Mar 2019
work life balance is pretty good and work pressure is minimal
Inefficient Management and not processed oriented, everything is all over the place
From Expedia GroupEmployee(Current Employee)‐ Rating 4 out of 5 — Wed, 13 Mar 2019
Great company to work for.
Very US focused / head office
From Expedia Group Devops Engineer(Past Employee - 2,019)‐ Rating 2 out of 5 — Wed, 13 Mar 2019
The work-life balance is nice, if you do not let your Manager take advantage of you and make you work 60 hours a week instead of hire a peer.
There are too many cons to list, including it becoming a very degrading and disrespectful environment for the hard workers that may voice about the real issues a bit too loudly. Non-Management's pay is considerably lower than other tech companies in the area and raises are a joke (often less than inflation). There is also very little career opportunities available, lack of promotions. You have to leave and come back or do internal transfers to even be close to getting a promotion.
Advice to Senior Management
Look at the actual problems, i.e. worthless Management, and address them instead of taking it out on the employees that suffer from their shortcomings and inabilities. A lot of good, hard working, employees are leaving and that will continue until the real issues are addressed.